The Black Grail
Random House Australia, 1990 - 310 pages
Science fiction/fantasy novel in which a human travels into the distant future only to discover that disaster has befallen humanity. He undertakes a quest to restore humanity's future. The author is a leading Australian science fiction writer whose other works include TStriped Holes' and TThe Dark Between the Stars'. First published by Avon Books (USA, 1986), it was published in 1970 in a shorter version as TSorcerer's World' (NAL/Signet in association with Horwitz Australia, 1970).
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Review: Black Grail (The Faustus Hexagram #4)User Review - John - Goodreads
This was extremely interesting and had some very original ideas, which caused me to rate it slightly higher than I would have rated it if I were thinking in terms of pure enjoyment. It was a bit long ... Read full review
Sorcerer's World has since been transmuted into the lengthier, more introspective and self-contained novel, The Black Grail, in which many of the crude ...
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This Shakespearean tour de force by Broderick (Striped Holes and The Black Grail) is a tale that challenges and provokes by liberally mixing quantum ...
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